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    #1

    it goes without saying it

    Hi guys, which of these two sentences is correct:

    "it goes without saying it that this has nothing to do with you"

    or

    "it goes without saying it that this has nothing to do with you"

    In other words, should I leave the IT out of the sentence ?

    Thanks

    Patrizio


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    #2

    Re: it goes without saying it

    Yes, you should leave "it" out.

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    #3

    Re: it goes without saying it

    Yes, remove the it.


    Unless you want to say -

    "It goes without saying: It has nothing to do with you"

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